PAINT TWP. – Girl Scouts from around the region gathered at the Clarion County Park on Thursday night to celebrate National S’mores Day. The annual event highlights the long involvement of the organization with the campfire treat.
EAST BRADY – With the serenity of nature as the backdrop, more than a dozen people gather in East Brady’s new riverfront park each week to exercise mind, body and spirit through the practice of yoga.
SOUTH BETHLEHEM – South Bethlehem Borough Council discussed an unexpected wrinkle in the bidding process for an upcoming street revitalization project during its regular monthly meeting on Monday. Council members also considered the ways and means of dealing with ongoing problems in one sect…
NEW BETHLEHEM – Issac Herzog wrote, “Auschwitz will forever remain the black hole of the entire human history.” One local history teacher was part of a group who recently returned from visiting that black hole and other equally notorious sites from this bleak time in history.
ALCOLA – Despite a slight drop in the number of animals from last year, the Clarion County Fair’s 2018 4-H Livestock Auction drew a large crowd of local business owners, state and county officials and community members, whose support garnered nearly $4,000 more in purchases from 2017.
BUTLER CO. – A 35-year-old Rimersburg man was recently sentenced to jail time for his involvement in a June 2017 home invasion involving a gun in Butler County.
ALCOLA – Attendance and revenues were up, the weather cooperated for the most part, and nearly everything went smoothly all week, making the 80th anniversary edition of the Clarion County Fair one for the history books.
NEW BETHLEHEM – The local historical society has teamed with an area artist for a series of original drawings depicting some of the most loved sites in the Redbank Valley.
PAINT TWP. – Girl Scouts from around the region gathered at the Clarion County Park on Thursday night to celebrate National S’mores Day. The annual event highlights the long involvement of the organization with the campfire treat. Read more